Black History Month

Celebrate “Black History Month” with the Breath of Life Seventh-day Adventist Church 11310 Fort Washington Road, Fort Washington MD 20744 on February 23, 2013 @ 4:00pm. A “Dr. Martin Luther King” Speech Contest to celebrate, commemorate, and remember the dream. A creative expression and interpretation of Martin Luther King’s speeches presented by contestants ages 13- […]

Founders’ Day Message 2012 On that cold, rainy fall night…140 years ago, the young women of Alpha Phi formed a bond of sisterhood that redefined who they were. As autumn turned to a cold winter, their sisterhood thrived, soon touched by the warmth of spring’s arrival and with it, the sweet promise of summer. Alpha […]

The Opelousas Massacre in St. Landry Parish, La., has baffled historians over the years. From varying accounts, hundreds of Blacks were reportedly killed, because of…

Richmond, VA — The Saint Paul’s Baptist Church of Richmond, Virginia announced  that Byron Cage will join the organization as the new Minister of Music. Mr. Cage will oversee and lead the implementation of a dynamic, multigenerational worship ministry as well as provide high achievement leadership at all three campuses. We are excited to welcome […]

OKLAHOMA CITY Kevin Durant is going from representing the red, white and blue to walking the red carpet. Adding to a resume that already includes being a three-time NBA scoring champion and Olympic gold medalist, Durant was the star as his movie ”Thunderstruck” premiered in Oklahoma City’s Bricktown entertainment district Sunday night. It opens in […]

Moments before being honored again in his hometown, where they still love him and always will, James stood among family members and friends. With the days in this summer of summers dwindling quickly, this was another moment to savor. So as he waited to be introduced, James hugged his mom, Gloria, around the neck, took […]

An online magazine has offered translations to Arabic news sources that purportedly indicate that Egypt’s Salafi party has come forth with plans to demolish Egypt’s Great Pyramids in an effort to bring down what it calls “symbols of paganism.” Bahrain’s “Sheikh of Sunni Sheikhs” and President of National Unity, Abd al-Latif al-Mahmoud, has reportedly urged […]

On this day in 1865, two years after President Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation, word finally reached the people of Galveston, Texas that the Civil War was over.  All enslaved men, women and children were now free. Though it would take decades of struggle and collective effort before African Americans were granted equal treatment and […]

Sojourner Truth’s (pictured) extraordinary journey from slave to abolitionist and women’s right activist was captured most pointedly during a speech she delivered at the Ohio…

What an outstanding comedian Bernie Mac was! Since this is the last day of Black History Month I thought you'd like to know about this tremendous posthumous honor bestowed upon him!